Sarcophagus Found in A&E Could Go to British Museum

YORKSHIRE - England - The sarcophagus was discovered on a hospital trolley in a corridor, A&E staff for the NHS are claiming.

Jean Dremble, an A&E nurse discovered a sarcophagus on a hospital trolley in a corridor shortly after 4am on Sunday the BBC reported.

“Well, we have a lot of skeletons on trolleys so at first I thought nothing of it,” Ms. Dremble said of the incident.

After further inspection, it was revealed to be really, really old and will be sent to the British Museum for analysis.

Sunninghill hospital NHS managers were said to be ‘glad the thing was out of the way finally’ and one area of the corridor was clear.